Election Day is Tuesday, November 5, 2013. Find out where to vote.

Election day is Tuesday, November 5. Polls are open from 6 am – 9pm. If you are registered here to vote, then the polling place where you vote depends upon the residence you lived in when you registered to vote. Remember to bring a form of identification and know the district in which you are registered.

People who live on campus should note that the campus is divided into three local voting districts, so follow these instructions to go to the correct polling place. (Please note that people living in District 3 or 4 should vote at Arthur S. May Elementary School.)

Polling Location: Poughkeepsie United Methodist Church, 2381 New Hackensack Road

Ward 6/District 2

  • Cushing House
  • Ferry House
  • Noyes House
  • Terrace Apartments
  • MacCracken Lane
  • Thelberg Road

Polling Location: Arthur S. May Elementary School, 25 Raymond Avenue

Ward 6/District 3

  • Town Houses
  • Brewers Lane

Ward 6/District 4

  • Davison House
  • Jewett House
  • Josselyn House
  • Lathrop House
  • Main House
  • Raymond House
  • South Commons
  • Strong House

There will be vans leaving from Main Circle every 30 minutes from 2-8 pm to take students to their polling places.

Directions to Polling Places

Arthur S. May Elementary School is a two-block walk from campus on Raymond Avenue just before the traffic light at route 44/55 west.

Poughkeepsie United Methodist Church is approximately 2 miles from campus. Take a left on New Hackensack Road (at the end of Raymond Avenue near the Vassar Farm) and the Church will be on your right.

What to do if you are challenged at the polls

First, make sure that you are in the proper voting location! If so, and if your name or signature does not appear in the list of registered voters, or if your registration is challenged at the polls, ask to complete an affidavit ballot. This is a paper ballot that you will complete and seal in the envelope that will also be provided to you. At the close of the polls, the sealed envelopes are brought back to the Board of Elections office where your registration will be verified before your ballot is canvassed.

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Posted by Office of Communications Monday, November 4, 2013